Dublin, OH Sewer Camera Inspection Services
For over a decade, DrainMaster has been performing camera inspections on sewers in the Dublin, Ohio area. We stand ready to come by when you need us, use our state of the art equipment to inspect the sewer in your home, and determine whether it has any problems we can solve.
Sewer Camera Inspection — A Diagnostic Tool for Your Sewer
Sewer lines are one of those things in your home that benefit from regular inspections. Still, because they are located underground and far from sight, people tend to forget about them until they start noticing something is wrong.
It might be the toilet that starts draining slowly. If it’s a problem with the sewer line, other drains will start draining slowly as well. You might see toilet water coming out of the bathtub drain when you flush, or other signs that the water isn’t going where it’s supposed to go.
These problems are easily blamed on a clog, but a clog doesn’t have to be the sole culprit. The sewer camera inspections performed by DrainMaster in Dublin, Ohio are a valuable tool because, without them, you wouldn’t be able to see what’s going on inside the sewer line without digging it out.
And there are lots of things that could be happening in your pipes. It could be a buildup of sewage matter that’s causing the clog, but it can also be a tree root that’s pressing against the pipe, deforming it, and causing the buildup. Or a tree root could have broken through the pipe and caused the blockage. Or, it might not even be the problem with your sewer line — maybe it’s the sewer main that’s blocked. Either way, we need to determine what the problem is before we start fixing it. At DrainMaster, we use different procedures to repair different types of problems with the sewer line, and the information we get using a sewer camera inspection is very valuable to us and our customers.
How Is a Sewer Camera Inspection Performed?
Working with sewer lines is never easy or clean, but our technicians always do their best to cause as little inconvenience as possible to the people who need our help. When we use a camera to inspect a sewer line, chances are we don’t have to dig out the pipe. But we do have to access it, so we always try to choose the most convenient access point.
The camera we use allows us to see, in real time, what’s going on in the pipe at the point of blockage. We can then determine how bad the blockage is and what caused it. We can also see the general state of the sewer line. We might notice it’s damaged in a way that’s not causing a block or any serious issue yet, but that could prove problematic in the future. That is why our sewer camera inspections also have a preventive effect, and why you should consider including it into your home maintenance schedule. If you’d like to find out more about it, please call us — we always like to hear from potential clients in Dublin, Ohio.